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. it wasn't all together clear to oh people that nelson mandela was a hour row, or that he should be released and allowed to lead a free south africa. when you look back at the history, and ronald ragan, and the prime minister, and the world terrorist being use inned the same breath as nelson mandela, it is hard to remember those times. because he is so beloved and the point of view has changed so much. talk about toward and his relationship? >> well, he recognized that a lot of the power, and late in the antiapartheid movement, a lot of the money that spurred that movement ahead, came from the united states. and while he had many detractors here in america, he also had many supporters and he recognized that a free south africa would need the support and the help of the united states both officially, and from its people in organizations and organization contacts. to succeed is in the era of liberation. he bulled off a very interesting trick. he had been supported during his long captivity, by many leaders who were persona in the west, people like muammar gaffe dad few, yasir arafa
on part time either, waiters, waitresses and other jobs that don't really pay much. during the recovery, most growth has been focused on key occupies, row tail sales, food preparation, laborers and freight, waitresses and waiters, office clerks, customer service represents, fabricators, construction laborers and grounds workers. that according to the+ez economc pulse, most of these jobs have been created ranging from $7.69 to $13.66, compared to the median hourly wage of all workers ofgo around $24 an hour. >> job creation has been unacceptably low. let's hope it's not the new normal. >> during the recession many jobs lost were middle class, like in construction, but middle class jobs aren't coming back as fast. >> according to data, during the recovery, the number of low wage jobs has grown the fastest. middle income jobs are still nowhere near prerecession levels. that's not unusual. data from the federal reserve bank of atlanta said 40 to 50% of job jane have been in recent recovery. that many economists agree this is no the what we want. the jobs that come back in a robust economy p
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